M$ Patches Critical Flaw In Windows Defender

M$ Patches Critical Flaw In Windows Defender

Microsoft just patched a critical bug in their Windows Defender software. The flaw allowed an attacker to bypass Microsoft’s malware protection engine effectively being able to run malicious code. This is a bit alarming since this is exactly what Defender is supposed to protect against. Microsoft has released the patch and recommends all user upgrade immediately.

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